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to their facebook page, a coalition of fire professionals, educators, community activists, burn centers, doctors, fire departments, and industry leaders. a key part of the message of this doctor told lawmakers safety depends on flame retardant chemicals. >> we're talking about children's safe products. the safest children's product i know is one that doesn't catch on fire. and one that doesn't burn the child. >> in april of last year, he called in his testimony to the alaska legislature. >> there is no question in my mind that fire retardants do give people more time to escape fires. >> thanks in part to efforts like this, flame retardants are now found in baby strollers, car seats, building insulation, electronics, even your couch, but it comes with a price. dozens of studies connect one group of flame retardant c compounds known as pbdes to this road problems, reproductive issues sxrk lowered iqs in children. some restrictions on imports are in place, but products with pbdes can be and still are imported. and the environmental protection agency is investigating three additional flame retardant
the high octane workout gear designed to help you get more bang for your burn. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening. thanks for joining us. tonight, cheaters beware. the trail of clues that you may not realize you're leaving could be coming back to haunt you, from tweets to e-mails and facebook messages, the digital age has blown open the door to new and cutting edge ways to catch cheaters red handed, including hidden electronic clues that maybe even the delete button can't destroy. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: technology, it's infidelity's best friend. texts, tweets. some say 30% of dating site users are cheaters, and the social networking sites like facebook get a bad rap as marriage breakers, allowing us to rapidly reconnect with that high school sweetheart or meet a total stranger the minute our marriages hit the doldrums. but there's a flip side. john nazarian, a hard-nosed p.i., joined me in a seedy hotel room to explain what's going on. >> privacy doesn't exist no more. >> reporter: privacy doesn't exist anymore? >> it's ove
no burning of wood. >>> we have breaking news, sheriffs officials are searching in central california for missing helicopter. it was returning to an airport in kern county when it disappeared around 6:15 this morning. it was one of three helicopters doing frost control to protect crops. two others returned to their base. one of the pilots who came back was unable to contact the missing pilot by radio. >>> the financial mood of the country takes a dramatic turn this morning after the president and congress reached a last minute deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. stocks are sharply up on this day of trading. the dow is up over 217 points. analysts warn the feeling could change quickly because the budget deal leaves many questions unresolved. >> reporter: neither party was really happy with the deal. many lawmakers are saying it was just a first step and it means in the next couple of steps they will be that much more difficult. >> the stock market surged as wall street reacted. late last night congress finally sent president obama legislation. >> this law is just one step in the broader ef
suffered serious burns and she's now at the burn unit at st. francis hospital, the woman's clothes are still here, burned, visible on the street. we're told she attempted to throw off her jacket after her boyfriend doused her with a flammable liquid, then set her on fire. the victim's sister tells us the couple had been together for about six months, and they argued a lot. according to the sister, the couple was at the laundry mad just down the street, where they began to argue about their laundry, they were on their way back home and just outside the victim's house at about 12:15, it's when she told him the relationship was over, that's when her boyfriend set her on fire. >> i just want to know why he did that to my sister. she didn't deserve it. and that he should turn himself in, and that my sister's going to make a full recovery, she's strong, i know she's strong. >> the victim is a single mother of three. police say the 25-year-old woman suffered life threatening burns, one family member said the burns on the victim's face and chest were so severe she didn't initially recogniz
with burns to her face after family members say her boyfriend doused her with gasoline and set her on fire. police are searching for the boyfriend, 22-year-old dexter oliver. they were at a laundromat and got in a heated argument. the victim's sister say he came home, poured gasoline in a bottle and headed back to the laundromat. amy will have an update from the hospital in 30 minutes. >> two suspects in the murder of two teen girls in oakland are due in court. the 18-year-old powell faces two counts of murder and possibly the death penalty. and another is charged with accessory. the victims were best friend. the 15-year-old and 16-year-old were found shot several times in east oakland in november. witnesses say there was an argument before the deadly shooting. >> a 16-year-old girl injured in a shooting near a high school at millbrae and san bruno border was shot in the stomach and leg across the street from the high school. it happened at 10:30 on saturday night. police did not say what led to the shooting. the search continues for the gunman. >> hockey fans are celebrating after the nhl
ahead. >>> for the latest on the grilling accident that left espn anchor hannah storm bad but i burned. >> reporter: the flames hit her like a ball of fire. >> i looked out -- it's a terrible feeling. >> reporter: it was december 11th. espn anchor hannah storm was getting dinner ready. he is lit the grill, left for 10 minutes. when he is returned the wind had killed the fire. >> after i turned the gas off, i relit the flame and it was a huge fire. it blew the doors off. >> reporter: the flames licking at her face, neck and chest. >> i yelled to my daughter, mommy's on fire. you have to call 911. >> reporter: it left her with first degree burns on her neck and face and second degree burns on her badly injured left hand. >> i had my kids changing my bandages. >> reporter: her recovery continues but she's back to work. now she's sharing her story and how lucky she feels to be able to tell it. >> i spent an hour in hair and make up. i was, by far, the most fortunate person in my burn unit. >> reporter: what happened to hannah storm can happen to anyone. propane gas is heavier than gas so i
. this was also burned? >> it also experienced fire damage. >> and dynamite damage? >> we will talk about the dynamite damage. people don't understand how much dynamiting they actually did. >> let's start with this brick building we are in front of. this is a building built after the 1906 earthquake and it was seismically retrofitted. you see the key elements you will notice when it is seismically retrofitted. if we look at the building we see the diagonal steel bracing which is a key feature of many. >> most buildings have diagonal bracing for the earthquake because it is the most efficient, cost-effective way to carry the load. it has an effect of the architectural statement of the building, but the most efficient way to do the earthquake design. >> this building will be demolished is that right. >> yes. spurs, san francisco planning research bought this for the new headquarters building and they wanted something that was going to be more efficient and near square footage. in the planning process now to demolish this and build a snew structure. >> spur will demolish it and build a
and watch the show. number one, how many calories are you burning and we have a camera and jill martin across the street at equinox where she's going to give some of the people a little minimakeover. hello, look at you. we love the knicks. what's your name? >> samantha. >> do you watch the show every day when you work out? >> i usually dvr it and watch it in the evening. i'm usually at work. >> why aren't you at work right now? >> i'm taking a reverse half day. >> hi, guys. everyone is already sweating. i see you're waping the show. what's your name? >> lauren. >> where are you from? >> originally from knoxville, tennessee. >> i see you went to indiana clearly. tell me about your outfit here? >> indiana, just wearing a big t-shirt from my dad's closet. and soccer shorts from eighth grade. >> wow, stunning. i think we're going to give you a little minimakeover today. what do you think? >> really? umm, yes. >> are you excited? >> absolutely. >> we're going to reveal you in half an hour. her father used to baby-sit you. >> what? what is his name? >> in morgantown, west virginia. >> what's
track of a couple of things. number one, how many calories you are burning, and we have a camera and jill martin across the street at equinox where she's going to give some of the people a little mini makeover. >> hey, jill. >> hi, guys. this is a little twist on ambush makeover because we have some people here who could use it, frankly. there are members here. some of our viewers here. let's go check it. hello. >> hello. >> look at you in this little cute knicks. we love the knicks. what's your name? >> samantha. >> do you watch the show every day when you work out? >> i usually dvr it and watch it in the evening. i'm usually at work at this time. >> why aren't you at work today? >> i'm kind of taking a reverse half day. >> enjoy the show. we like your -- i like your knick t-shirt. what's going on in the treadmill area? hi, guys. everybody is already sweating. i see you're watching the show. >> yes. >> what's your name? >> lauren. >> lauren, where are you from? >> originally from knoxville, tennessee. >> i see you went to indiana clearly. >> yeah. >> tell me about your outfit he
into fat-burning mode and keep it there all day long. so you actually use the foods you love, all the same foods you're eating now, to cause your body to lose pounds, shed inches and literally turn your body into an efficient fat-burning machine, all in just 21 days. >> you don't have to deprive yourself from eating your favorite foods, but you're still able to lose weight and i think that's very important. and that's very different from traditional diet and weight loss programs. >> you're increasing your metabolism based on the way you're eating: how frequently you're eating meals, how you're combining, let's say, proteins even with bad carbs. if you can do it in a balanced way, you can lose weight, lose body fat and yet still eat the foods you thought you never could eat. >> i know that you can eat all of the foods you love and still lose weight, because i have lost 115 pounds. >> i'm eating pizza and cheeseburgers and i've lost 50 pounds. >> i ate my favorite foods all day long and i went from a size 18 to a size 6. >> hi, my name is annette o'hare, and i've been asked by provida life s
an autopsy to determine the cause of death of a teenager. the body of 19-year-old alisa burns was found today in a snow bank. >> reporter: after three days of searching by family, friends and the authorities around southlake tahoe, investigators delivered the sad news this morning. >> it is with deep regret we announce that we have recovered the body of alisa burn. >> reporter: investigators say utility workers found the 19- year-old in a snow bank along pioneer trail no more than half a mile from the snow globe music festival where burn was with friends on new year's eve. friends say she left early to go back to their hotel at the casino. dispaoeut one witness who reported seeing her there after midnight. it is is unclear if burn ever made it back. >> obviously conflicting information about this case. if that person did see her it is possible that she jumped on a shuttle or got a ride back to the snow globe area. so, we got a lot of leg work still to do. >> reporter: at this afternoon's news conference. burns body was found clothed with no signs of trauma. while friends said she appeared
. they allowed the traveler to stay the night in the local mosque. they say they will put to burned pages of the koran. and allegedly caught him while he was trying to burn more. >> he was burning the koran. he tried to run away. i caught him and gave him to the police. >> it was god's word. he burned our koran. were sad. how can such a thing take place in our village? >> it is the duty of everyone to respect and protect the koran. he was burned, but that does not repair the damage he did. >> people say the attackers were not just from this village. the art resulted in this frenzy. -- the outrage resulted in this frenzy. even young children took part. his body was so badly mutilated, even the autopsy was inconclusive. there have been similar cases in other parts of pakistan. the continued failure of authorities to bring people to justice has not helped. the brutal punishment has alarmed human rights activists. >> i think it is a complete breakdown of law and order in pakistan. the enforcement agencies are helpless and incompetent. >> the officer in charge of the village says he will try a
doesn't burn. now, we are down to the home work. read these pages in your book, 26-38. locate the gas, water, electric shut off inside and outside the home. do the course evaluation. crank the gas an eighth of a turn to make sure it works and you know where it's at. very good. thank you. [applause]. there are three things we want you to take away. how to open a air way and when to do it and control bleeding and treat shock and we want to talk about disaster medicine an death by trauma and by that i mean the body is acted upon by outside force and first is instant yainous and occurs in minutes and are we going to do much for this person? not so much. maybe in the predisaster situation and making the place safer but once someone is hit with something heavy and die within minutes you're not going to happen, and the next is occurring within minutes of the injury and bleeding to death or having their air way blocked or some unrecognized medical problem and this is the group we're going to help, and the third is die afterwards from infectionsoir things that go wrong with the recovery proces
traps their car then tried to burn down the house. >> and don't be fooled by the cute face. proof that house cats are really little killing machines! good evening. >> in the bay area -- >> reporter: at jackson square in new orleans! it is cold! temperatures have gone south . in fact the winds are so strong right now that the 49ers were forced to practice at the saints aeps indoor practice facility -- saints' indoor practice facility. the first practice lasted just 95 minutes and ended 15 minutes early. while they were at work, a couple other members of the harbaugh family took center stage. >> you're going to ask us how we feel on this historic event. who has it better than us? nobody! [ laughter ] >> reporter: what an appearance for jack and jacky harbaugh. >> good to see ya! >> reporter: in front of almost 40 cameras, look at that, pro football's most famous parents now talking with what else? their super bowl-coaching son, jim and john. >> loose lips sink ships. and they both have subscribed to that philosophy. no one talks to anyone! jim is very quiet and guarded and john is
@kpix.com or upload your photos to our website, cbssf.com. >>> it is 4:51. how much exercise you need to burn off all those super bowl calories. >> nobody cares about burning off calories here in new orleans with all this food. it's a foodie paradise. and we're learning what the locals do. coming up, we'll introduce you to some pretty interesting characters in the big easy. the food! and wait 'til you hear how much exercise you'll need to burn off some >>> the super bowl is about the game as well as the food and parties and wait until you hear how much exercise you're going to need to do to burn off super bowl snacks. according to dietdetective.com, eight ounces of cheeto jumbo puffs has almost 1300 calories. you would have to play half an hour of pro football just to burn that off. 6 buffalo wings in ranch dressing packs almost 1,000 calories. you would have to do the wave 6500 times. and three pepsis has 450 calories. you would have to spend 57 minutes dancing to beyonce during the halftime show and i think the show is only 10 minutes. so you're out of luck
for serious burns. monte, her family hoping that she will pull through. >> reporter: kris, that's right. the victim is here at the burn unit. family members tell me that she remains in critical condition tonight. in the meantime, police have identified her boyfriend as the prime suspect. and he is still at large. >> i just want to know why he did it. she didn't deserve it. >> reporter: family members and other witnesses watched in har reporter this after as the man identified as 22-year-old dexter oliver threw a famable liquid on to his girlfriend and then set her on fire. pieces of the woman's burned clothing were still laying in the street when her sister shs precious craig, described to us what led to the attack. >> she said that he had to get out, that it was over. and she left the laundromat. ten minutes later, she was burned. >> reporter: family members say they had been date for six months and had a rocky relationship. today we're told they were arcing as they returned from the laundromat down the street and were near the victim's house when lamar told oliver the relationship was
was found with severe burns. amy hollyfield joins from the burn center. how is she doing? >> i spoke with two sisters. the family hasn't been in to see her yet this morning but are waiting for more relatives to arrive from sacramento and trying to brace themselves for an afternoon visit here at the hospital. they have been told she can expect to be in the hospital for four to five months. >> we kept talking about it all night. it was hard to go to sleep. >> this has been so tough to deal with she hasn't even been able to bring herself to visit her sister, starr lamare. she was set on fire yesterday and is in the hospital with burns do her face. witnesses, relatives and police believe her boyfriend, dexter oliver, is to blame. this morning, her family was shocked when oliver's grandmother called her mother. >> my mother thought she trusted him and let him survey in -- sty in the house and fed him, why would he do something like that to her baby. she tried to, the grandmother, she tried to defend her grandson and my mother wasn't hearing it. >> they think the grandmother is trying to g
-known television personality appears on air just weeks after being seriously burned in a fire. coming up next, the brave face in front of an audience of millions. and abc7's mike shumann was there for celebrations. and a tragic accident tonight involving a photograph ter -- photographer trying to track down justin bieber. and then late other "nightline." >> i'm terry moran. coming up next on "nightline" the american man living a nightmare. jailed in a south american prison. he is now out on bail. the "nightline" investigation that took us inside his personal hell. plus my co anchor bill weir goes inside >>> in fremont tonight, hundreds of people turned out to offer prayers and express their anger over the gang rape and murder of a woman in india. alan wang has the story. >> let's make a difference. >> the gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old woman in new delhi struck a nerve in fremont where the largest indian community came to pray at the hindu temple. >> it is too brutal and hit home. >> even though six mensted and been arrested and charged, protesters in new delhi and around the world are
. the testimony of ryan burns this week may have made her look even worse. he was a romantic interest of jodi arias, who she visited in utah less than 24 hours after she committed the crime. >> what was her demeanor like? >> she was fine. she was laughing about simple little things, just like any other person. she was -- i never once felt that there was anything wrong. >> reporter: burns told the jury right after killing one man, she was kissing another. >> at some point, i mean, we were talking and we kissed. >> and did this kissing continue? or did it just stop at one kiss? >> eventually, we kissed probably many times. every time we started kissing, it got a little more escalated. >> reporter: his testimony is especially damaging because jodi arias says she killed travis alexander in self-defense. the couple only dated a few months after meeting at a work convention in las vegas. but her attorneys claim the 30-year-old successful businessman and devout mormon was actually a sexual deviant who controlled and abused arias long after they broke up. but burns testified she wasn't the least bit
seriously burned in a fire. coming up next, the brave face in front of an audience of millions. and abc7's mike shumann was there for celebrations. and a tragic accident tonight involving a photograph ter -- photographer trying to track down justin bieber. and then late other "nightline." >> i'm terry moran. coming up next on "nightline" the american man living a nightmare. jailed in a south american prison. he is now out on bail. the "nightline" investigation that took us inside his personal hell. plus my co anchor dinner's ready. [ female announcer ] hamburger helper stroganoff. beefy. creamy. stroganoffy. helpers. forty dishes, all delicious. i just finished a bowl of your light chicken pot pie soup and it was so rich and creamy... is it really 100 calories? let me put you on webcan... lean roasted chicken... and a creamy broth mmm i can still see you. [ male announcer ] progresso. man: at turbotax, we know this is more than a paycheck. it's long, hard days, late nights, and missed little league games. you've worked hard to earn your money. and we think you should have the power to keep
of alyssa burn. most so young and new to the idea of loss. they gather at a vigil in petaluma. the teenager's body was found in the snow in south lake tahoe. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. hundreds of friends and relatives shared their grief and affection for alyssa including her brother who gave his heart felt thanks for everyone's efforts to find her. abc7 news reporter john alston is live at casa grande high school in petaluma. john some. >> carolyn, the candles continue to burn at the school and people are still stoping by to pay their reports. earlier this whole area was packed, and what made this vigil so powerful and poignant were all of the people and the near complete silence. for more than an hour, the crowd of a hundred stood there and barely said a word. toward the end alyssa burn's brother got up to thank everyone. >> all we need to focus on is moving forward and just healing, but we need to focus on the healing. from the bottom of my heart and the bo the tom of my family's heart i want to say thank you. >> thank you. >> they came to casa grande high school where she g
's embedded and if you pull it out you could call caus bleeding and burns and three types and first, second, third degree and first sun burn and second and third is charring an treating burns and remove the heat source and of course it's smoking and cool it off and the cover the person and our skin helps keep our heat in and once we lose the skin and now we are concerned with hypothermia and getting too cold and make sure whatever is burning is not burning anymore and the rules are keep it clean and them them warm and don't forget the air way, breathing, and shock and whatever you do know your limit and what you are capabilit capa once you are involved with the nert teams and you get to revie the stuff and what you can do and physically you know what yo can do and lift people and mentally is another thing and w will talk about disaster psychology next week and some people say they can't look at blood or some say they can't look at a child screaming and know your limits and don't become a victim yourself.
really burn 300 calories just by having sex? dr. kim exposes some of the popular weight loss myths coming up. >>> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center. we have a lot of hazy sunshine around the bay area. but these temperatures going to soar today. just how high? we'll tell you coming up. one of the cars seen doing donuts on i-880 in o >>> is it wasn't me. i wasn't the one driving. it was my car, yes, but i wasn't driving. >> the owner of one of the cars at the sideshow last week said he wasn't behind the wheel. the man from vallejo says it was his car and he was in a car meet in san leandro when somebody offered him big money for a test drive. >> dude asked me in i wanted to sell my car i told him yeah. he put $7,000 in high hand. i let him drive my car. >> the next thing you know he is on the highway doing doughnuts? >> i guess so. >> within how much time? >> i don't know. he was gone for like 30 minutes. >> then he says somebody told him where to find his car. it was purple that day but the owner says he painted i
burn her. >> a manhunt underway for a man accused of setting his girlfriend on fire. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm ama dates. police are now searching for 22-year-old dexter oliver. the victim was taken to saint francis memorial hospital, and that's where thomas roman is live with the latest. thomas? >> ama, i spoke to the family an hour ago by phone and they say star lamar is resting and in stable condition. she is being treated here for burns to her face and throat. >> her face is burnt and just a little bit of hair is still there, but most of her face is burnt. >> prshes craig is describing the burns to the face of her sister, 25-year-old star lamar. craig says her sister was washing clothes here this afternoon near hollister and jennings in the bay view with her boyfriend, 22-year-old dexter oliver when they had a heated argument and traded insults. a repeated insult set oliver off. >> she did it again and he tripped her. she said he had to get out. they was over and she left for the laundromat. 10 minutes later she was burned. >> she said oliver ran to the home
's actually under the pier and still burning. >> are there apartments or other buildings in the neighborhood that are being threatened right now? >> there are no buildings in the immediate facility. the cnh sugar refinery is notified of the fire since drifting material that's burning could threaten their wooden piers and dock area so there's a fire watch along those lines. the coast guard is also on scene to assist with that. >> okay. so at this point you really don't have an estimated time when you can attempt to get the fire under control? >> we are waiting for the arrival of the fire boat from contra costa county fire to see whether or not they will be able to get better access to this and put out the fire especially the fire under the dock that we are currently unable to get to. >> and chief as far as the commute goes how is this impacting traffic around the area? >> there should be no impact to traffic. we did have to shut down the rail lines the southern pacific rail lines along the shoreline while our crews are operating. >>
starts here. or treat gas with these after you get it. now that's like sunblock before or sun burn cream later. oh, somebody out there's saying, now i get it! take beano before and there'll be no gas. >>> athletes today are able to come back strong from injuries. take adrian peterson, for example. he nearly set the nfl running record less than a year after tearing his acl ligament in his knee, and everyone has seen redskins' quarterback robert griffin iii, rg3, he also came back from a torn acl ask then went down again at the end of a playoff game. he just had an operation to fix his acl again and also his lcl ligament. dr. james andrews performed the operations on griffin and on peterson. i'll tell you, dr. andrews is far and away the star of his field. he's team dr. for the redskins, for the devil rays, football teams at auburn and university of alabama. they've done okay this season. he found time to author a new book called "any given monday." dr. andrews, a real honor to have you on the show. >> well, it's apply my pleasure to be here. >> sir, obviously you've been busy the last se
time ago, you could still see the woman's burned clothing here visible on the street. we're attempted she attempted to throw off her jacket after her boyfriend doused her with a flammable liquid and set her on fire right here in the street shortly after noon today. the victim's sister tells us the couple had only been together for about six months, and that they argued a lot. according to the sister, the couple was at the laundromat down the street where they began to argue about the laundry. they were on the way back home just outside the victim's house on hollister near jennings when she told him the relationship was over, and that is when it happened. one family member said the burns on the face and chest were so severe she didn't initially recognize her. we are told the 25-year-old woman who is a mother of three suffered serious burns. she is now at the burn unit at st. francis hospital. police say the burns are life threatening. i want to give you another look here at the suspect. he is 22-year-old dexter oliver. police are still searching for them. if you can help them locate th
that were still attached and this tree stand a few blocks away, yet more burned up rements of what was once possiblly christmas tree it even scorched this hydrant in fact from the beach to the bay burned up christmas trees litter the san francisco landscape over at ocean beach dispite this "christmas tree burning is prohibited sign" you will find burned trees on the beach people call it a tradition to burn old trees at the beach the national parks service calls it illegal e over at 19th and folsom sits san francisco fire station 7. well at 230 in the morning there was a knock on the door the reason, someone set about a dozen trees on fire this is all that left there are chirstmas trees all around the city waiting for the same fate of people setting them ablaze and it's all fun and games until someones personal property gets destroyed because of fire bugs and a dry christmas tree more trees pile up some in places were just the day before only one tree was there you will hear stories my suggestion be part of the solution not the problem dispose of your trees properly . because we all know som
are working in the field because it's those burns that are going to create exposures, so as folks in the home are thinking about that, once they found that frequent hand washing can reduce the actual levels of these flame retardants because we touch them, they get on our hands, they're in household dusts and make their way into our bodies, so washing them off our hands can reduce exposures, using a vak coupe with a hepa filter and a big move that could come down the pike is going down to legacy fabrics like wool and fabric that don't require the use of these mraim retardants at all and burn much more slowly, this's been some amazing videos that you can look at that you may have seen that show the legacy fabrics burning so much more slowly than the flame retardant treated ones, so that's some important information to have and makeshifts toward slower burning fabrics. moving into the bathroom, we're going to dive into the cleaning cabinet first, so a big shift here, cleaning products, this is a big one because it's easy to make safe choices if you know what's in your products, you know what you
woman was found with severe burns. amy hollyfield joins from the burn center. how is she doing? >> i spoke with two sisters. the family hasn't been in to see her yet this morning but are waiting for more relatives to arrive from sacramento and trying to brace themselves for an afternoon visit here at the hospital. they have been told she can expect to be in the hospital for four to five months. >> we kept talking about it all night. it was hard to go to sleep. >> this has been so tough to deal with she hasn't even been able to bring herself to visit her sister, starr lamare. she was set on fire yesterday and is in the hospital with burns do her face. witnesses, relatives and police believe her boyfriend, dexter oliver, is to blame. this morning, her family was shocked when oliver's grandmother called her mother. >> my mother thought she trusted him and let him survey in -- sty in the house and fed him, why would he do something like that to her baby. she tried to, the grandmother, she tried to defend her grandson and my mother wasn't hearing it. >> they think the grandmother is tryin
for a missing petaluma teenager. >> that is right. the 19-year-old alisa burn with friends attending a music festival in south lake tahoe. >> she was last seen shortly after midnight in state line, nevada. abc 7 news is there. this is so tough for everybody in the family. >> earlier today we spoke with the mother and brother. today, we had an opportunity to hear from the father for the first time. you know, douglas county sheriff's office search and rescue team are looking for petaluma resident alist why burn, today we learned new information, cheryl, that confirming activity on her cell phone after midnight. now this, is new because investigators had originally believed that the last call was before midnight. now, investigators confirmed either a car or a text was placed from her phone later than earlier reported but they caution it does not mean that the phone was in alisa's possession. the search expanded to include investigators moving through every room of the horizon ka seeno today a plea from her father for her safe return. >> my hope is if she's out there f you're out there, just com
? >> and the young victim remains in the burn unit here at st. francis hospital. and the sister says that it was the boyfriend's fault. they have fought and then it escalated into where a fight where he set her on fire. neighbors heard horrifying cries for help and then saw a woman on fire tearing at her clothing. they did not want to be identified. >> we heard some screaming and we went outside. >> i had seen a fire and she was running taking off her clothes. >> reporter: it was the 25-year- old who was the mother of three young children. >> most of her face is burnt and just a little bit of the hair is there. >> reporter: and they are accusing her boyfriend, the 22- year-old of torching her after a fight. >> they got into an argument and she left the laundromat. >> reporter: she was taken to the burn center where police say she is being treated for life-threatening injuries. police are looking for oliver and have released this prescription. she is 5-10, 155-pound. and the dark pajama pants with the multi-color print. they also wore gray and red nike sports shoes. unlike the picture
of a laundromat. the victim is in the hospital with severe burns all the off -- all over her body. >>> san francisco's newest supervisor has just been sworn in. >> i london breed do solemnly swim and affirm. >> california attorney general cam ma laws harris on -- kamala harris on the street administered the oath to london breed. she represents the western edition and fillmore neighborhoods where she grew up in public housing. she defeated olag and five other candidates. >>> a 19-year-old man pleaded not guilty to murder charges this morning in a san francisco court in connection with a deadly crash on new year's day. david morales is accused of shooting at three people and then leading police on a chase which ended when morales crashed his car at 21st street and south van ness avenue. two people were killed in the crash and one person suffered serious injuries. after this morning's hearing, morales' attorney called the crash a tragic accident. >> my condolences to the family. this is a tragedy for two people who died and the one seriously hurt. >> police say he's a known gang member but ha
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